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Wednesday, September 13, 2006
Meg a lo Maine-iac
I just got back to new york after wrapping one of the coolest shoots I've been on in a while. We were shooting on 35 with this cool old camera that had wooden baby legs, and this nifty little b-camera that was so cute you'd hardly think it was 35. the crew was absolutly amazing. my department was 5 strong and everybody was smart and had great attitudes and we all got along really well. but it wasn't just g&e, the whole crew was awesome. after we wrapped everynight, we would build a bonfire and all sit around and play guitars, harmonicas, shaking-egg-things, and we'd sing. once, the local Finnish band showed up and jammed with us. Monson, ME was gorgeous. not only were there cool things like moose and foxes and such, but the trees were huge, the sunsets were yellow and green, and there were giant slate quarries with lakes deeper than 400 ft!! We also had amazing food everyday. fresh baked muffins, coffee (w/ cow's milk), eggs, meats, and breads in the morning in the morning; made-to-order sandwiches and saladds for lunch and homemade soups and pastas, and casseroles in the evening. 3 women fed 30 people everyday! and it was always delicious. oh man, such good food. My littly piece of bragging: the DP gave me his gaffer's glass (girlish "wheeee") I now have my very own gaffer's glass!! I'm stoked.

Tomorrow, I start another feature, but this time I'm just besting... no gaffing, but it will be a nice break. so yep, that's what I'm up to. oooohhh, omg, how could I forget! I also got to operate helium baloons!! we had 2 8kw 10' helium baloons, but we only had one up at a time. what fun! ok, I need to sleep.

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